We offer three robust programs to support your child’s advancement. Read about them here and enroll!

Scholars Unlimited is proud to offer our programs at no cost to students or their families. We accept all students of all races, ethnicities, genders, orientations, national origins, and immigration statuses.

Summer Scholars Registration is NOW OPEN! 

Summer Scholars is a NO COST, 6 week full day summer program that infuses instruction, Social Emotional Learning, Enrichment activities and FUN! This is also a safe and supportive space for  students to experience a literacy boost, discover who they are, and gain abilities to help shape their lives.

Enrichment activities include new and exciting activities like field trips, art projects, sports, and MORE!

  • Meals and snacks included
  • Safe location

Summer Scholars dates: Monday, June 12th to Friday, July 21st
8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Unlimited Learning, Unlimited Fun

Thematic literacy, Project-based learning, Enrichment, and recreation. It’s all part of our comprehensive Summer Scholars program!

Our custom-made curriculum is created from a hand-selected book from our team of experts. We take pride in making sure the book that we choose a book where our scholars can see themselves in the characters and author—representation matters.

The academic block will help scholars increase their literacy skills through participation in:

  • Targeted phonics interventions, including sound-blending, word de-coding, and vocabulary building
  • Shared reading, which promotes vocabulary development, and comprehension
  • Project-based learning, a student-driven approach that deepens content learning and increases student engagement

“Literature transforms human experience and reflects it back to us, and in that reflection we can see our own lives and experiences as part of a larger human experience. Reading, then, becomes a means of self-affirmation, and readers often seek their mirrors in books.” ― Rudine Sims Bishop

Summer Registration is open for  locations in:

  • Alice Terry (Sherdian Public Schools)
  • Amesse (Denver Public Schools)
  • Castro (Denver Public Schools)
  • College View (Denver Public Schools)
  • Florida Pitt Waller (Denver Public Schools)
  • Hallett Academy (Denver Public Schools)
  • Harris Park (Westminster Public Schools)
  • William ‘Bill’ Roberts (Denver Public Schools, serving Ashley Elementary students, AT CAPACITY)

Next Generation City Builders (afternoon segment of Summer Scholars)

Next Generation City Builders (NGCB), offered during the afternoon portion of our full-day summer program, is a unique experience that opens doors and creates opportunity for our future workforce by introducing youth in under-served neighborhoods to STEM-related careers.

NGCB taps into our scholars’ curiosity and provides hands-on STEM activities connecting several aspects of how our city is built. NGCB also brings community partners, such as engineering firms and city officials, to volunteer side by side with scholars and share how their jobs influence the progress of city projects happening within their neighborhoods.

Ready Scholars

Ready Scholars is a 6 week kindergarten readiness summer program for children starting kindergarten in the fall. This full day program focused on developing age appropriate Social Emotional, Literacy, and STEM skills, with extended day programming focused on Environmental Literacy and the Arts! 

Scholars After School

Scholars After School is a 30 week after school program that runs from mid September to mid May. This fun program includes snacks, literacy support, enrichment activities, and time for scholars to explore and use their voice and choice to guide how they would like to engage.

Available for  K-5 students

Locations Currently Offering Programs

Alice Terry Elementary
Ashley Elementary
College View Elementary
Farrell B. Howell ECE-8 School
Florida Pitt Waller K-8 School
Harris Park Elementary
John Amesse Elementary
Mesa Elementary
Park Lane Elementary
Place Bridge Academy
University Prep on Arapahoe St.
University Prep on Steele St.

What makes this program so successful?

We start with a brief assessment to determine each student’s individual literacy learning needs. Then, students are grouped according to those needs for small-group instruction. Our teacher-to-student ratio of 1:6 ensures that each child receives personalized support.

Students also participate in self-paced computer learning, which is proven to help students master fundamental skills that are essential for reading fluency.

This combination of teacher-led intervention and computer-based tutoring is referred to as “blended learning” — and for our scholars, it’s a recipe for success.

    Want to learn more?

    If you’d like to know more about our programs, get in touch. We’d love to talk with you.